“GREAT DISLOYALTY”: Trump Blasts His Own Base for Not Supporting Him Enough

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Former President Donald Trump railed against religious conservatives – his strongest base of support – for not supporting his 2024 presidential campaign, accusing them of the gravest of crimes: “great disloyalty.”

“That’s a sign of disloyalty. There’s a great disloyalty in the world of politics and that’s a sign of disloyalty,” Trump told David Brody when asked about evangelical Robert Jeffress declining to get behind his 2024 run.

The former president insisted that he “didn’t care” if he gets evangelical endorsements, but that “nobody has ever done more for right to life than Donald Trump,” and he therefore deserves their endorsement.

He also attacked evangelical Christians for not supporting Republicans enough in the 2022 midterms.

“I thought they could’ve fought much harder during the election, the ’22 election,” he said. “A lot of them didn’t fight or weren’t really around to fight, and it did energize the Democrats. But a lot of the people that wanted and fought for years to get it, they sort of … they were there protesting and doing what they could have done.”

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  1. Perhaps his “own” base would really like to win the elections. Standing on principle is why one joins the Libertarians or the Greens. Wining elections is why one joins the Democrats or the Republicans.

  2. Trump blasts XXXX (to be inserted by the YWN headline editor based on the Trump rant du jour.

    For him, “loyalty” transcends principle, policy or any other consideration.